• Digging and Storing Potatoes

    One of the most popular vegetables grown by backyard gardeners is the Irish potato. READ MORE

  • Every hero has a story summer reading program

    Young Readers will learn all about heroes this summer as the Gulf County Public Library presents “Every Hero Has a Story” during the summer library program. READ MORE

  • Amateur radio license exams

    The W5YI testing team will administer amateur radio license exams at 10 a.m. ET May 23 at the county EOC building in Port St. Joe. READ MORE

  • Coastal Extravaganza

    To celebrate National Garden Week, the Port St. Joe Garden Club presents “Coastal Extravaganza”, its annual flower show and plant sale. READ MORE

  • Ladies Night Out tonight

    Ladies Night Out, sponsored by the Gulf County Domestic Violence Task Force, will be 5:30 p.m. until 8:30 p.m. tonight at the Gulf County Senior Citizen and Community Center. READ MORE

  • Gainous VFW Ladies Auxiliary names art winner

    Four students from Port St. Joe High School submitted entries to the annual Young American Creative Patriotic Art Awards, a contest sponsored by the Ladies Auxiliary of the Veterans of Foreign Wars. READ MORE

  • NHC HomeCare celebrates compliance

    NHC HomeCare is proud to announce that findings of a federal recertification and state license survey by the Agency for Health Care Administration conducted from April 6-10 at NHC HomeCare, Port St. Joe with a branch in Carrabelle, that the Home Health Agency was found to be in compliance with 42 CFR 484. READ MORE

  • Tips on controlling ants

    The proverbial picnic scene aside, ants are pests all of us have to deal with, from time to time. READ MORE

  • Emerald Dance Academy to hold recital

    Port St. Joe's Emerald Dance Academy dancers will perform their annual recital at 2 p.m. CT on Saturday, May 16 at the Martin Theater in downtown Panama City. READ MORE

  • Scouts advance in rank

    This past week four scouts from UMC Boy Scout Troop 347 had completed requirements from tying knots, to cooking over a fire they have built and community service projects just to name a few things that earned them the opportunity to go before their Troop committee to prove that they had earned their ranks. READ MORE


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